HEREFORD FC frustrated National League North play-off team Altrincham with a 1-1 draw at Moss Lane.

The Bulls again showed their resilient side when they grabbed a point thanks to Tom Owen-Evans’ 65th-minute equaliser.

The midfielder capitalised on a quick break to curl his shot home from the edge of the area against the run of play.

Fifth-placed Altrincham went ahead on 54 minutes when Jordan Hulme made the most of dozy defending to fire into the bottom corner.

Hulme was only denied on 10 minutes by a Jordan Cullinane-Liburd clearance before Matt Yates saved well from Matt Chadwick.

The Bulls are safe from relegation in 17th position.

Kidderminster Harriers, knocked out of the play-off picture with last Friday’s 2-1 defeat to Leamington, played out an entertaining 2-2 draw at Southport after twice going behind.

On the stroke of half-time Dion Charles drilled an effort from range past keeper Tom Palmer to put Southport ahead.

Milan Butterfield scored his first goal for Harriers to level on 61 minutes with a clinical finish from just outside the area.

But the hosts regained the lead within four minutes with another goal from Charles after Palmer denied Jack Sampson.

Tenth-placed Harriers equalised again on 73 minutes through Joe Ironside from the penalty spot after substitute Kane Richards was brought down.

Harriers finish off the season at home to Guiseley on Saturday while Hereford entertain Boston United.

Kieren Westwood and Richard Gregory helped Bromsgrove Sporting to a 2-0 win over Coleshill Town in Southern League Division One Central.

But second-placed Sporting needed a penalty save from Jono Brown to deny Coleshill the lead in front of 915 fans at the Victoria Ground.

Sporting have top billing in the play-offs.

James Roberts levelled for Alvechurch as they drew 1-1 at home to Banbury United and earned a Premier Division Central play-off place.

Fifth-from-bottom Redditch United went down 1-0 at relegated Halesowen Town to an Isai Marselia goal.

Stourport Swifts drew 1-1 at home to Highgate United in the Midland League Premier Division.